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affect future laws and could overturn as many as 170 laws on the books. so this would be endlessly litigated and gives union bosses more authority than the legislature. >> so, what kind of laws would be -- that have been passed that most people in michigan would say, we have come to live with them, the were settled democratically, people agreed, the legislature passed them, the for signed them. we had elections afterwards. what laws would be overturned? >> there are two laws in particular that they're concerned about. one is the so-called 80-20 law which says that taxpayers don't need to pay more than 80% of public employees pension benefits. and the other one is a law basically regarding teachers. the fact that there have been some school reforms that have allowed various merit measures and teacher promotion measures that could also be overturned by this. this is something that michelle rei, the former dc schools chancellor who runs a students first group, is very concerned about and her group made a big ad in michigan to fight this. >> governor rick snyder, the republican in mich
of the biggest tax increases since 1980 facing us. >> huge. >> if, under current law, nothing is done. we have a list of these tax increases. >> the lowlights. >> yes. expiration of the bush cuts, a lot of the tax increase. the personal income tax brackets which are now going to pop up again, taxes on investment, a lot of of the obamacare taxes, 22 billion starts this year. that includes the new tax on investment there. >> 3.8% on people who make above $200,000, and medical devices, one of the most -- a real growth industry. >> i mean, that's one of those that you can't figure out how that became law but it did and we have to live with it. i want to emphasize, we get idea to talking about ten-year plans. this is in 2013, 500 billion -- you're talking about a tax increase of over 3% of gdp. so this is a massive blow to the economy that is going to happen unless congress acts or we get a new president with a new direction. >> steve, you talked to a lot of people in the business community. how are they reacting to this prospect? is this affecting the chance we could go over this tax? is it affect
coyle of the national law journal. >> woodruff: and spencer michels looks at the complaints about apple's maps and the high stakes for those trying to come up with something better. >> the battle over digital map making indicates how crucial this field has become and it could bode well for consumers as the maps get better. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: the u.s. death toll from the giant storm named sandy has risen to at least 63 today. about 6.5 million homes and businesses are still without electricity though there were signs of daily life returning to its usual rhythm in some places. a familiar sound returned to lower manhattan streets last night. ( horns honking ) the power did not. police helpe
the pros do their job. >> do you think it's time for laws of robotics? >> the three laws of robotics are the rules that stop robots from killing. everybody brings this up, and for a robot to be smart enough to apply the three laws, they've already taken over the world; right? [laughter] that's really hard. that's artificial intelligence. turns out it's, like, just shooting guns, that's easy. robots are good at that stuff, but bad at reassuring people. that's not the way it's going to happen. we can't have -- we can't have robots with the intelligence to make ethical choices. we need to search society and cull qhur, what's what's going on, and evolve our regulatory and surveillance activity to stop it early. >> back to the technology, and there's questions about hobbyists, and you talked about the doctor e-mailing you, the dna for your vaccine. what if it was a spoof e-mail. e-mail is easy to spoof. ingest this, give it to your kids. worry about that? >> i talked to craig at length about this. right now, dna sint thinks is done by big companies. you can design a, you know, games on th
. at our luncheons, we never talked about law, about which, of course, i knew very little. we talked mainly about religion and economics, religion being my subject and economics being jude wanniski's subject. and everyone was interested, and we became very good friends and have been very good friends, all of us, since then. c-span: did you ever talk about some of the things we've just talked about in--in the s--like aristotle and plato and whether... >> guest: oh, sure. c-span: of those three men, like judge silberman at the appeals court here or justice scalia at the supreme court or robert bork, the former appeals court judge--did they read all the same kind of things that you read? >> guest: i think some of them were moved to. yeah, some of them probably had already. i don't know. but they were interested. i mean, these are not just lawyers, these are not just legal thinkers. all of these people are what we would call intellectuals, namely have a very broad interest in ideas. and the thing they liked about being at aei is they were able to indulge that interest in ideas. c-span: do you h
investigator, local law enforcement and attorney generals, we have a command center and people can fill out complaints to the extent that they see election law violations and we pursue those aggressively. i was a former prosecutor, prosecuting jay-walking all the way up to murder. but these are not jay-walking cases, because if you have stolen a vote, you have stolen liberty. we take it very seriously. we won't rest, we will pursue you until you are facing tough justice behind bars. >> eric: you did that with a.r.r.n., you get a conviction from a.r.o.r.n., with the voter registration. you talk about other groups. what have you heard, what do you fear? how can people prevent problems? >> we had a lot of allegations about voter fraud, which surprised me but, this is a bathgrunned state, so we are seeing a lot of out-of-state resources here. we have aggressive investigations in place. we are at the ready on election day. if there are instances of voter fraud and intimidation, challenging people, illegally, attempting to suppress the vote there, we will go after them, aggressively, they can exp
with voter i.d. laws and voter suppression efforts the latest impediment could create another hurdle for some voters to overcome. joining me now is raul grijalva, cochair of the progressive caucus. congressman, thank you as always for joining us. >> thank you. >> eliot: one of the major impediments earlier this year were these crazy voter i.d. laws. the courts seem to have struck them down. that's a victory for democracy. are you satisfied by in large with how the courts have handled those cases? >> i think the courts handled it appropriately. and handled it based on the law. and that has relieved a lot of pressure but at the same time, you know, the organizations that are out there talking about fraud, you know, signs are appearing in latino neighborhoods in arizona saying fraud is a federal crime. will you go to jail. and i'm sure we'll have poll challenges. i'm sure we'll have people trying to intimidate people as they go to vote. particularly in poor communities in my state because that vote is going to be large.
was trying to ride out the storm with his wife, their two kids, and his 96-year-old mother-in-law. >> we can't move. my son wanted to go outside, save his car, it floated away. then all of a sudden, it was like the titanic. the windows, one cracked, all of a sudden, all of the windows cracked. it was surreal. >> i went upstairs, looked out front to see how it was. straight over that way, saw an orange glow out of one of the houses. oh my god. >> reporter: the tough breezy pointers were facing something even they had never imagined seeing in a hurricane, fire. >> the embers started flying over the houses, and the way the wind was blowing, it was wailing, going over the houses. >> reporter: you were safe here? >> safe here. >> reporter: the fire was going that way. >> watching it, and the winds started shifting and we started getting hit with baseball size pieces of ember hitting the house. >> reporter: whatever sparked the blaze, in mere minutes it became a wind driven inferno. panicked, tom knew he had to get his family out. >> go out the front, grab the surfboard, got to the back of the hou
center for justice, 14 states have laws restricting voter registration drive, early voting, forcing some voters to show an idea. those 14 states are worth 185 electoral votes, 68% of what's needed to win. so, is voting fraud a big problem? will what i just said affect the election? nicole austin hilary joins us from washington this morning. good morning. >> good morning, carol. >> let's talk about these new laws put in place in many states across the nation. how will this affect voting tuesday? >> in 2011, the brennan center issued a report. when we first saw the onslaught of these laws being introduced across the country. we were extremely worried because it looked like up to 5 million voters would be impacted by these laws in such a way where many of them might have their right to vote encumbered. we issued a new report, however, a year later. it just came out last week -- early this week that showed that because of the pushback that happened across the country, because of the department of justice, citizen referenda, court and other initiatives, there has been a great deal of success
university law school poll shows the president with a wide lead there, 51% to 43%, but it's a dead heat in florida, according to a cbs news/"new york times"/quinnipiac university poll and out in ohio mitt romney trails by five points. >> want to take a look at how it's playing in the battleground. the headline in the miami herald. group braced for legal showdown at the polls this. race is so tight some are already worried about possible recounts. campaigns sending lawyers. >> some other papers have it this way. "the denver post," ryan and ryan visits on tap for slight for colorado. the real struggle isn't for undecided. it's to make sure that registered voters get to the polls. >> "the wisconsin journal sentinel say obama and romney make change a key issue on stump. nbc's chuck todd joins us now. chuck, good morning to you. >> reporter: the polls close in ohio in 108 hours and between now at 7:30 p.m. tuesday night when the polls close, i don't know if an hour is going to go by without one of the two candidates for president or two candidates for vice president trekking through at least
, the act that was signed into law this summer will end up raising some of the prices, but that is because policy makers here in washington had decided more important that the program be structural and financially sound and show it continues to exist to protect consumers. host: if somebody had a house on the jersey shore and they wanted to buy flood insurance, would be expensive? guest: you would need to talk --- each individual needs to talk to their agent and broker. if you don't have one, go to entrusted the choice that, and fined one during that agent and broker would help you walk through the flood insurance application process and determination of what flood zone you are in. host: we have this tweet -- guest: yes, i know exactly what he's referring to. this happened in katrina. there was some uncertainty about what caused a particular structural damage. in katrina you had all lots of houses and structures completely wiped off. the only thing left was a slab of concrete. and so, it was very difficult to determine whether the damage was caused by the wind associated with katrina or whe
and his daughter-in-law who ty woods left, and we've now basically assured this child of a financial future, and i'm just thrilled that the american people have done it and want to thank fox news for doing it. i first announced it on your show last week. >> we appreciate it, dick. he's going to be here with his whole family. they're going to be in studio just coming up in a short bit here. thank for being with us. >>> also coming up tonight, the east coast is getting pummeled at this hour by hurricane sandy. we continue to track this monster storm and assess the damage all throughout the special hour of hannity, and then first it was the ad that compared losing your virginity to voting for obama. now the president's supporters are upping the ante and exploiting children. this ad will anger you. we'll play it tonight on hannity hannity. ann coulter straight ahead. this happy couple used capital one venture miles for their "destination wedding." double miles you can "actually" use. but with those single mile travel cards... [ bridesmaid ] blacked out... but i'm a bridesmaid. oh! "x" ma
. today is mother-in-law day and the new study finds that 50% of americans who have mothers-in-law report that they have a good or great relationship with her. how about the 50%? now for the rest of the country's forecast. it will be cooler across the plains and down into texas. some heavy unnamed storms are likely out west. the week ahead looks mostly dryer once sandy has come and gone. next, confronting our superstitions. and later, actor christopher walken. >> my son bought me a cadillac,, >> osgood: a menacing ladder, a black cat. perhaps i'd better knock wood before proceeding. no need to apologize if the approach of halloween makes you extra superstitious. many successful people harbor superstitions aplenty. scientists find superstitions a rich field of study. our cover story is reported by susan spencer of "48 hours." >> announcer: sweeney strikes out swinging. >> reporter: casey dagle pitched in the major leagues. >> announcer: a 3-2 pitch to bonds. he struck him out swinging. >> reporter: his wife jenny finch upon olympic medals in softball. >> announcer: called strike on the out
under the law. and who could be against that? eerly voting ended in maryland tonight but oneof the state's most exppnsive cammaigns is still going strong. going all out in the final - days before the general electionquestion 7 would expand gambling to live taale games...and approve a 6th &pcasino in rince eerge's county.if approved... -g-m resorts would like to build a casinooat nationallharbor (murren) "thii is a way for the state to raise reeenue, without raisiig taxes and create joos, good payinggjobs at a time when maryland needs j. jobs."opponents say....tte opponents saa... the promise - pf nnwjobs... and... more rrvenue... for schhols...is exaggerated. here's... our questionnof he day.wwth thh electionjust days away...have youdecided toovote es on question seven? seven? here's our facebooo page...more than 100 ttis......and there are a lot of you on both sides of his baalot quessiinjoin the discuusion by going to facebook dot om slash fox- baltimore and if ou stilll have queetions regarding the maryland referendums... fox45 will aar a vote 2012 speci
a higher labyrinthine labor law that makes it complicated to form unions and finally it is employer aggressiveness. there is a multibillion-dollar industry called union avoidance in this country that teaches employers how to avoid having workers even get the chance to the union in the workplace. dennis: if unions were so great then why do they insist on a closed shop in most states where they operate? they don't like a right to work state and job creation better in states where i don't have to be long to union to get a job? >> it is. there is sort of a miss use of terms out there about collective bargaining and collective bargaining rights. we are talking about two different things. employees only under our labor law have the right to choose an exclusive bargaining agent. to create a monopoly. that is what union are trying to protect. other forms of collective action under a law are illegal in the united states for employees because that is the way the law was written and that is the way unions try to keep it. what has happened in right to work states, we have seen a match on 2.4% i
? peter: no not at this point because federal law sets the date for the election and only congress can change it and i don't think congress will have time to change it between now and next tuesday. but the law gives states leeway in setting additional election days for president in case of emergencies like hurricanes or acts of terrorism. the law say ifs a state fails -- if a state fails to deliver its electoral votes for president on time, quote the electors may be appointed on a subsequent day in such a manner as the legislature of state may direct. it turns out 7 states have actually passed laws that appear to address this. three of them have been hit by hurricane sandy, new york, maryland and north carolina. new york has been hit the hardest and it matters a lot to president obama who is beating romney in the polls. it ties florida for the third most electoral votes, 29. new york can establish an additional day for elections within 20 days of november 6th. if there's an emergency. it's already warned voters that polling sites may change because of the storm. we have asked the state
are required to have generators for just this keep of a reason that law doesn't exist except in florida. north into delaware, new jersey, pennsylvania, new york, connecticut, et cetera, the fact the refineries are shut down is not the problem. there should be three or four weeks of inventory on hand. the real problem is the distribution. if the highways are closed you cannot distribute. if the retail stations do not have electricity, they cannot pump for the retail customer. you will likely see a spike in price until things are back to normal. and then prices will generally come back to the normalness but people will be reminded how essential gasoline is to every day life. when you can not get it, that is the availability issue, when can you nut get it, you panic, and then you will go anywhere to get a tank. that will lead to gas lines and to a lot of people getting very, very unfriendly with one another because when it is scarce, people are desperate, and they will do strange things. so, this is not a good scene. >>neil: it is not, thank you, john, for those just tuning in, we can tell you we
of the damage, he was able to pick out different homes, well, my sister lives in this one, her father in law lives in this one. three elderly sisters, live side by side by side. he was able to see what was gone, what was missing. homes there that caught fire. we have others along the bay. those also completely destroyed. some of them have been knocked off foundations. others are sinking into the sand. there are those where the front have completely sheared off. all of that will have to be rebuilt. we did speak to some folks and they said, you know, it's a community and they will get it done. >> the exterior of the house is destroyed, and not only from the fire melts, but also from the surge. the tidal surge that happened here, the exterior, things are just thrown around and as we walked around, you can see that. it was not just devastation from the fire that's here. it's from the tidal surge. >> it's so devastating to be here to see it. it's like a war zone to us. >> reporter: now, there are a couple of people who live here year round. there was one firefighter who actually helped. he said,
benefit to the state when we do that because of the laws of mining, we will not be able to get anything there. i am surprised you would risk putting 25 million people at risk by potentially contaminating their water. we know this is true. i am concerned you would jeopardize 25 million people and the water here by really aggressively trying to move legislation to allow uranium mining. it is not just me. the arizona republic, the arizona daily star, the sun said your actions were shameless and irresponsible. i think that is something you need to deal with. >> i am concerned that my opponent does not seem to understand arizona geography. we are talking about mining in the arizona strip, not the grand canyon. i am trying to protect the bipartisan agreement called the arizona wilderness act that was negotiated by barry goldwater on one side, the sierra club on one side, the chamber of commerce on the other, that protected the grand canyon and also recognize we would need economic activity in the arizona strip. that is what i am trying to protect. geography. apparently, there is a difference
that will be decided in battleground states. >> wisconsin, marquette university law school poll shows the president with a wide lead there, 51-43%, but a dead heat in florida, according to a cbs news, "the new york times" quinnipiac poll. and in ohio, mitt romney trails the president by about five points. >> how is all of this playing in the battleground this morning. headline in the miami herald, groups brace for show down. some worried about possible recounts, sending lawyers to their states. >> some other papers, denver post said obama ryan visits last in fight for colorado. strategists say the struggle isn't for undecided, it is to make sure registered voters actually get out and get to the polls. >> and the wisconsin sentinel says obama, romney make change, key issues on the stump. and new jobs report to consider. chuck todd, nbc's political director and chief white house correspondent, has more on all of this. chuck, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. you may want to talk about other states, but i think it is coming down to one. polls close in ohio in about 105 hours. between now
the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. medicare open enrollment. now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare. ♪ >> steve: a levee has broken in northern new jersey across the river from new york city and flooded three towns. the conditions of motacki and little fer yecarstat near the sports arena are devastated and an official four-five feet of the water rushing in the town. crews are on rescuing people. joining us is meteorologist joe bastadi. >> thanks for having me. >> steve: starting with the levee break, this is to be expected after a gigantic storm surge. >> it was caused by storm surge rather than the heavy rains. you will get the levees breaking. but we didn't have major rainfall in the hudson river valley and we did not have water coming down in the hudson river and that would enhanced. >> steve: pictures are devastating. tunnels are flood people are it didn't rain. it was not the rain but the pressure of the storm and purk the water in mork. >> that's right. i was on with neal and talking to shaub. 10-15 foot storm surge and we would get this h
-year-old mother-in-law and 98-year-old father-in-law to vote because they may not get many more chances to share the experience. >> we want you to send us your votergraph. cnn.com/early start. it is the candidates final push before the big vote. will battleground states hold surprises? anderson cooper takes a closer look. you are going to watch america's choice 2012 countdown to election day on sunday night, 8:00 eastern. >>> next, tired of being treated like the other burrow? staten island hit hard by hurricane sandy. they are begging the government for help. i mean it when i say begging. they are criticizing the mayor's decision to hold the marathon sunday despite the devastation. . ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi® card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts. more events. more experienc
you get after the health care law. medicare open enrollment. now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare. ♪ [ femala $100 cream. we were flattered when regenerist beat flabbergasted when we creamed a $500 cream. for about $30 regenerist micro-sculpting cream hydrates better than over 20 of america's most expensive luxury creams. fantastic. phenomenal. regenerist. >>> welcome back. update you now on hurricane sandy. this is still a category 1 storm, but it packs 90-mile-per-hour winds. sandy is roughly 260 miles south of new york city. it's expected to turn to the northwest soon and head for the u.s. coastline. it's expected to make landfall later tonight near at lanetic city, new jersey. right for you we're waiting for a briefing from michael bloomberg. new york as we told you about has shut down the mass transit system including subways and buses and all city schools are closed. now, we've seen water coming ashore in lower manhattan. tens of thousands have been ordered to evacuated that area. then other low-lying areas around the city. coastal communities ar
, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. medicare open enrollment. now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare. ♪ ♪ these are our ocean spray 100% juice blends with no added sugar, just one glass equals two servings of fruit. very fruit-tritious. or, try ocean spray light 50 with just 50 calories, a full serving of fruit and no added sugar. with tasty flavors like cranberry-pomegranate and cranberry- concord grape, it's like a fruit stand in every bottle. just...you know... demonstrating how we blend the fruits. try all our tasty ocean spray 100% and light 50 juices. >>> this neighborhood was evacuated before the storm. and here is why. sandy knocked down utility poles and pushed around some of those cars as well. wow, this is the same neighborhood where an overnight fire destroyed it eded dozens of homes. >> incredible isn't it? >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." incredible devastation. wish those families the best. >> superstorm sandy provided too much for the historic hollywood sh
that "stranger," "down by law" and movies since were big hits in countries all over the world, and certainly in france where he's a god.... but in other places as well, enabled him to finance offshore. and that makes it a lot easier for somebody like him not to even have to be tempted to turn to hollywood. it's hard to find money here without strings attached, because everyone wants to have input into the film and that's not my style. so i've been lucky to find financing outside the u.s. "mystery train" was financed 100 percent from japan. it is kind of odd, although i feel m american "mystery train" was financed 100 percent from japan. only kind of coincidentally. hi, goodnight. goodnight. how may i help you? we would like most cheap room please, do you have? all our rooms for two people are the same rates. oh. (speaking japanese) i'sorry, that is too expensive. jarmusch's relationship with hollywood becomes almost more and more irrelevant. with each new picture he makes, hollywood becomes more aware that he's not interested in doing it their way, and that what he's doing is just something
law. medicare open enrollment. now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare. ♪ >>> it is six days to the election, with the biggest population center in the united states engulfed in the aftermath of an unprecedented natural disaster. what the two candidates for president did on this sixth day before the election is an important study in contrast. that's ahead. [ woman ] too weak. wears off. [ female announcer ] stop searching and start repairing. eucerin professional repair moisturizes while actually repairing very dry skin. the end of trial and error has arrived. try a free sample at eucerinus.com. >>> governor christie, throughout this process, has been responsive. he's been aggressive in making sure that the state got out in front of this incredible storm, and i think the people of new jersey recognized that he has put his heart and soul into making sure that the people in new jersey bounce back, even stronger than before. so i just want to thank him for his extraordinary leadership and partnership. >> president obama spent part of the day today in coas
and they ignored bankruptcy law. charles: and a lot of people, their rational, this would only hurt the fat cats and when we know this hurt a whole lot of people. >> what about the delphi investors who really lost on this one. let's take a look what they did in the gm bankruptcy, it's another case of sub bosub board nating one group. and board says, off shore earnings and makes sense they would not issue their earnings when the markets are closed. you would think they would wait until the market is open. does that mean that ford had, as you said, a good reason to issue them because they were so good. does that mean that people that are issuing them maybe are under what was estimated? >> you know what? burger king reported yesterday what i thought was a mixed number. so to your point, maybe, maybe, this is been-- by the way on that note, guys, this has been the worst earnings season in 15 years looking at the top line. so, maybe these other conditions falling into that. and even ford missed the top line by a small percent. and what they did in north america, phenomenal and has political implicati
after the health care law. medicare open enrollment. now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare. ♪ at meineke i have options... like oil changes starting at $19.95. my money. my choice. my meineke. >>> you know in places up and down the coast here we've been watching conditions through the day worsen relentlessly hour by hour by hour. in fact, we've been watching our correspondent sandra endo struggle to give her reports from ocean city, maryland. let's go to sandra. she's live for us. it's been pouring rain. the winds are whipping. give me a condition update. >> reporter: i want to take advantage of the low tide to show you the effects of hurricane sandy already, which hasn't even reached landfall here. there's already destruction and damage and devastation left behind. you can see the erosion on the beach now. this fencing was going all along this protective sand dune where you can see all that's left now are these wooden posts all along the shoreline before this fencing like this was up around this area but now obviously these strong waves have really damaged a
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